Continue The New Year Festivities At Cé La Vi Or Have A Relaxing Time At An Arts Exhibition This Week
1/4 Bob Sinclar at Cé La Vi
What Haven't had enough of the New Year revelry? Good news for party-goers who want more, as Cé La Vi keeps the energy going with French electronic music producer Bob Sinclar to light up the dancefloor this Friday evening. With more than 20 years of experience spinning internationally, Sinclar is best known for his house and disco classics that have been greatly received at major music festivals.
When January 10
2/4 Diamond Lunar New Year at Monti
What Usher in the Year of the Rat at Monti, as they serve up the classic Yu Sheng dish with a twist that is simply a feast for the eyes. Expect to find smoked salmon carpaccio, salmon roe and carabinero prawns in the delectable mess, topped with various house-made caviar, crafted from mangosteen, yuzu, mango, orange, and even sake. Monti's prime position along the Marina Bay waterfront makes it the perfect location to catch the Lunar New Year fireworks happening from January 23 to 25.
When From January 6 till February 3
3/4 Exhibition by Lee Sea Hyun
What South Korean artist Lee Sea Hyun will be debuting his first solo exhibition in Singapore at The Columns Gallery, located within the Gillman Barracks arts enclave. Featuring landscape paintings that are rendered in delicate washes of red, they take inspiration from Lee's time in the military, as he conducted nightly surveys in the tactical area bordering the Korean Demilitarised Zone through infrared glasses.
When January 11 till February 15
(Related: 5 Artists We Checked Out At Singapore Art Week 2019)
4/4 Café Sarajevo
What As part of the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival this year, Café Sarajevo, an immersive theatrical experience by Canadian performance collective Bluemouth inc, will be staging its performance at the Esplanade Theatre studio for five shows only. Trace the narrative of Lucy Simic, who embarks on a journey of self-discovery in Bosnia, and create intimate moments of music, dance, games and video along the way. Audiences can expect to receive a headset and a pair of cardboard goggles to watch a 360-degree video to better immerse themselves in the experience.
When January 8 till 12